As anyone who follows media knows, science abounds with studies of longevity, because most of us, including scientists, hope to lead a full, rich and, above all, lengthy life. But the science of longevity is rife with controversy and contradictions, in part because it is difficult to study life span in organisms that live for many years, including people. So scientists typically turn to shorter-lived creatures like nematodes, fruit flies, lab mice and yeast.
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Guide to Longevity Through Science
Brook Asset Management was up 7.27% for the first quarter, compared to the MSCI GBT TR Net World Index, which returned 3.96%. For March, the fund was up 1.1%. Q1 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more In his March letter to investors, which was reviewed by ValueWalk, James Hanbury of Brook said returns during Read More
Source: NY Times